The history of disability in the United States is long and nuanced. Over the past 7 decades, much legislation has passed that has changed the way that disabilities are viewed in American society. This video covers watershed moments that have shaped disability rights today.
Review these helpful tips for observing Women’s History Month in ways that are meaningful, inclusive, and inspiring. Learn how organizations that “walk their talk” complement education and communication with meaningful actions that demonstrate a commitment to equity in tangible ways.
Our definition of what constitutes a disability has shifted over time, depending on medical and social climates. Here, we’ll dive into five conceptual models (medical, social, charity, economic, and functional) that represent some commonly-held points of view on disability, and we’ll tell you whi...
Black Lives Matter (BLM) is a social protest movement that advocates for the rights of all Black people in the face of police brutality and other forms of racial violence. It grew into a global platform for activism and reform after the 2020 murder of George Floyd.